6130 or 4130 chrome Moly. Flex and stregnth. Not sure if this is used on eBikes but I can't imagine weight would be a major problem.
Speaking personally only and from a commuter and touring standpoint, while I would want a belt, I would not want suspension. I would rather have the lightness, simplicity and durability of a "rigid" frame...in titanium or for a lower budget, steel. Comfort to me can be through larger tires, and a longer wheelbase, especially longer chain stays. In other words, more passive suspension built into the bike.
6130 or 4130 Chrome Moly. Flex and strength.
Not sure if this is used on eBikes but I can't imagine weight would be a major problem.
To a soft tail like indicated above, yes.
To a traditional full suspension, not at this time.
Any ideas when?
Full suspension w/ belt drive (maybe with a step through frame) and your usual build quality and I will buy 2 on the spot and I know a lot of others will as well. I'm begging you!!! Just do it!
Suspended rear & front carrier would be important for me in the future. I guess Germans "commute" with Beer more often and would like it not to be so shook up when they get to their destination!
Good question. I think that the word Titanium has a certain cache but aluminum would be just as effective and possibly lower in cost... If using Titanium lowered the overall weight that would tip the scales in its favor.
Yes & Yes, so the goods you have on the racks get a smooth ride, also do not contribute to wear & tear of the bike as much and they also do not hinder the suspension like racks connected to axles front or rear would.Suspended front carrier ? You mean on the frame itself ?
Suspended Rear carrier - like the RM ?
The suspended rack is the ultimate, like i said, comfortable on the gear on the rack, bike & suspension without having to worry about rebound so much.How about faster rebound, but a larger rear suspension to compensate for the faster rebound ? Its not ideal but you can get 80 - 85% of the way.